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Deitrick Haddon and Wife Expecting Third Child

Congratulations are in order! Deitrick Haddon announced via his facebook page another addition is coming to the Haddon family! D Haddy has been on a roll lately. He just wrapped a successful Season 2 of Preachers of L.A., Season 1 of Fix My Choir and has added Preachers of Detroit as well as signing a huge distribution with EOne. Things ... Read More »

Black Pastor Explains Why He Decided to Become a Leader in a White Church

A black pastor who dared to be different by challenging racially stereotypical church models to become a leader in a white church in Louisville, Kentucky, explained at The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention’s leadership summit Friday that he did it in pursuit of the unity of the faith. Kevin Smith, assistant professor of preaching at ... Read More »

$400M Museum of the Bible Begins Construction in U.S. Capitol

Washington, D.C. is home to many museums and historical monuments, but none is as monumental as Hobby Lobby president Steve Green‘s Museum of the Bible, which is solely dedicated to featuring the Word of God. Construction of the eight-story building that will encompass 430,000 square-foot has begun earlier this week. According to World News Group, construction on the Museum of the Bible, the ... Read More »

Bishop Joseph Walker Says, “Don’t Sacrifice Your Dreams on the Altar of a Relationship”

This month we traditionally focus on love. For some it is a time of relational joy, optimism and hope, while for others it is a time of frustration, pessimism and pain. This dichotomy is one that has existed for years. There exists within all of us a desire to be loved and feel needed. Many people settle for dysfunction just ... Read More »

Virginia Pastor to Preach Sermon on Sex and Gay Marriage

In response to the cinematic debut of the “50 Shades of Grey” movie, one Virginia pastor will look to respond via a sermon series meant to address various matters regarding sexual ethics, including pornography and gay marriage. Rick McDaniel, pastor of Richmond Community Church, will be preaching a sermon series starting on Sunday meant to add a Christian moral perspective on controversial ... Read More »

The Pope slams prejudiced mentality of believers!

In a powerful sermon that signaled his desire to push ahead with historic reforms, Pope Francis on Sunday (Feb. 15) said the Roman Catholic Church must be open and welcoming, whatever the costs. He also warned the hierarchy not to be “a closed caste” but to lead in reaching out to all who are rejected by society and the church. “There are two ways ... Read More »

Students Pushing to Ban Bibles Because Some ‘Uncomfortable’ With Word of God

Students in Aberystwyth are pushing for thousands of Gideon Bibles to be removed from university accommodation. A poll conducted by the students’ union claims that more than half of students felt that having the Bibles in university accommodation as a matter of course was “uncomfortable” or “unacceptable.” The call to ban Bibles mirrors action by the University of Huddersfield in 2013—it said it ... Read More »

Truck Driver Fired For Saying Jesus Was His Co-Driver

A truck driver claims he was fired for writing Jesus was his co-driver. Ramiro Olivarez wrote “Jesus” as his co-driver in all his log books because the books only require, “driver’s full signature and then just a co-driver name. It says nothing about a signature, just a name,” he tells KRGV. Olivarez filled it in with the name of man he knew was always with ... Read More »

Many Pastors Believe Experiencing Faith Through Internet to Become More Acceptable

Celebrating the Christian faith online is a great option for those who can’t make it to a service on Sundays, but a recent poll shows that many pastors believe that experiencing faith through the internet will be more acceptable in the coming decade. The report comes from the Barna Group who found that 87% of pastors say “faith assistance” is “theologically acceptable” when conducted ... Read More »

Student Disciplined For Adding ‘God Bless America’ to Morning Announcements

A Florida high school student was disciplined after a national atheist organization took offense when he concluded the morning announcements by saying “God Bless America.” A spokesperson for the Nassau County School District told me the student at Yulee High School deviated from the approved script on the morning of Feb. 9thand uttered the words “God Bless America” — apparently causing ... Read More »

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